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 What is stop in photography?

Answer stop is a chemical used in the process of making prints or developing film. It stops the developer from over-developing the print or film.It also refers to the f-number, or f-stop, which is the ape... Read More »
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What is stop action still photography?

stop action photography is people doing something and having the camera take a picture every few moments. the pictures form a "video" in a way just a bit more jerky as there are less stills then in... Read More »
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Definition of f stop for photography?

F stop (focal stop) is a value that indicates the size of the lens aperture used during the taking of a photograph. The aperture is the size of the opening in the lens that allows light to enter th... Read More »
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What is the difference between a still life photography and object photography?

Still life photography basically deals with static objects but object photography deals basically with a certain set of commercial products used for advertising.
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What method of photography was the main source of photos before digital photography came into use?


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